Memogate and the Greater Divide

It’s what the wise always warned about, best kept secrets from spouse or the house are bound to expire, and so it did. But strangely it’s not the secret itself but its architects who are being sought. Like a fuse attached to an explosive dump, the memo has ignited slowly … Read more

Saleem Shahzad Murder: Another move to trap the Hunters?

Dark clouds have lowered down on the journalist community of Pakistan, as well as the global network with the shocking murder of Saleem Shahzad, a top line investigative journalist from Pakistan. Saleem, maintained a low profile as far as the main stream electronic media is concerned, but his connection and … Read more

While They Fight… TTP Strikes

faisalabad cng blast

Last week was covered with news stories, or precisely a tug of war between our Minister for Interior Rehman Malik and CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif. The bone of contention remained varying claims regarding the existence of Punjabi Taliban, making its hold firm in South and internal Punjab. Mr Malik, as … Read more

Victim of Conscience: Shah Mehmood Qureshi

Shah Mehmood Qureshi

Pakistan has got its new cabinet, and like all our 180 million population, I am hardly attaching any hope from them. In simple it’s the old wine in the new bottle, a league of incompetent appeasers who care for nothing but exclusively their foreign masters. It won’t be fair if … Read more

Raymond Davis and The Bandits of America

Raymond Davis Lahore

Last few weeks have proved to be quite dynamic in terms if international political spectrum. From Tunisia till Yemen masses have converged to the streets. The videos flashing around the media screen have reminded many of scenes usually witnessed after nations win glory in some sporting event. But this time … Read more